1020 Jackson Hill Road | Burns, TN 37029
The course was built in 1973 and then redesigned by designer Gary Roger Baird in 1988. Hole #2, a 446 yards long par 5 is the signature hole. This beautiful hole has fairways lined with hardwood trees and four bunkers protect the green. The entire course is heavily wooded and features an abundance of wildlife such as deer, geese and wild turkey. Each spring Montgomery Bell is host to The Dogwood Classic.
On Site AmenitiesDriving Range, Practice Green, Pull Carts, On Site Lodging and Snack Bar. Lessons are also available.
Tee Time PolicyTee times required 7 days a week. Reservations can be made 6 days in advance.
TournamentsLet our golfing event experts customize and plan your event. Our experienced staff can take care of all your golfing and catering needs. Call for our tournament outing packet.
Golf PackagesTennessee Golf Trail Golf Getaway Packages are available including lodging. Learn more.
AccommodationsThe inn overlooks the lovely Lake Acorn. Amenities include cable television, year-round indoor pool, hot tub, outdoor pool, exercise room and laundry facilities. The Inn has 120 rooms and 5 suites with every room having a view of the lake.
Restaurant Hours of Operation
Seafood Buffet on Friday nights; Steak Buffet on Saturday nights.
AccoladesIn previous years, Golf Digest has recognized Montgomery Bell as one of the "Top 100 Public Courses to Play".
The Frank G. Clement Golf Course at Montgomery Bell State Park has been recognized as a Groundwater Guardian Green site. The Montgomery Bell course joins Bear Trace at Harrison Bay State Park and the Paris Landing course as the only three sites in Tennessee with this designation from The Groundwater Foundation. Groundwater Guardian Green Sites are places with significant green space – such as golf courses, ball fields, educational campuses and office parks – that implement effective groundwater and surface water practices to protect water quality. Montgomery Bell’s Frank G. Clement Golf Course documented an array of groundwater-friendly practices to earn this exclusive designation. The golf course is actively protecting local water supplies by optimizing fertilizer applications, applying natural organic products when possible and creating vegetative buffer areas around wetlands and shorelines. In an effort to protect surrounding waterways and groundwater supplies, Montgomery Bell’s golf course has utilized native plants and buffer zones. Unique to this particular effort is the construction of a greenhouse. Partnering with the Friends of Montgomery Bell State Park, the greenhouse also is part of the park’s effort to pursue Audubon certification. Overall, these decisions have reduced fertilizer and chemical inputs into the environment and also decreased the amount of water required to irrigate these areas. “A large amount of the state’s public water supply is provided from groundwater and improving upon its protection is important to the safety and health of all Tennesseans,” TDEC Commissioner Jim Fyke said. “I commend Jeff Kuhns, Darrell Hartsfield and the entire team at the Montgomery Bell State Park’s golf course for their innovative green strategies and conservation leadership. Their hard work serves as an example of how good environmental stewardship can truly make a difference.” Another example of Montgomery Bell’s environmental practices includes the park’s eight environmentally friendly villas, which were unveiled in October 2009. These contemporary accommodations feature energy efficient and environmentally responsible practices such as a geothermal systems, compact fluorescent light bulbs, outdoor furniture made from recycled plastic and indoor / outdoor recycling equipment. To learn more, please visit http://www.groundwater.org/action/community/green-sites.html.